October 18, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

SC Legislature, 11th District Angie Carpenter, R, I, C, Working Families

Suffolk Legislator Angie Carpenter (R-West Islip) is a woman who does not like to hear the word "can More...

New assistant principal welcomed at DPHS

The new assistant principal at Deer Park High School is a familiar face in the district. More...

Special Sections

Schools/Sports

Babylon Girls Soccer: Panthers take 1 of 3

by Tony Spota More...

North Babylon Bulldogs run over West Islip Lions

A missed field goal attempt with just seconds remaining proved to be the deciding factor in this hard-fought Division II backyard brawl, as the visiting North Babylon Bulldogs came back to edge the West Islip Lions, 20-19. More...

Babylon Panthers beat out Bayport Phantoms

Both defenses contained the other team More...

Obituaries

Irwin Erker, 41, a resident of Farmingdale

When Ann Erker turned on the television September 11 and saw a jetliner plow into the World Trade Center she knew immediately that her husband had died in the terrorist attack. More...

Joseph John Schneider, 77, a 46 year resident of North Babylon

Joseph John Schneider, a 46 year resident of North Babylon, lost a difficult battle with cancer on September 5, 2001. He was 77. More...

Opinion

We all must take part in Democratic process

In this week More...

We are all Americans—and now all New Yorkers

On one corner of Church Street across from the pile the street sign dangled precariously, much like faith itself. Daily tallies have graced the pages of the city More...

Our children are helping to lead the way Dear Editor:

In light of the tragic events of September 11, I have been besieged with "mass" e-mails containing sentiments of disbelief, encouragement and optimism regarding that mournful day. More...

Babylon Village sets hearing to consider new dumpster and parking laws; hearings Tuesday

Two proposed laws, one dealing with parking and the other with dumpsters in the Village will come before the Babylon Village Board of Trustees Tuesday, October 23. More...

Hearing set on contaminated site in West Babylon DEC to recommend monitoring of underground water

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) will hold a public meeting to discuss DEC More...

OLPH in Lindenhurst sponsors fundraiser walk

OLPH's Life Teen Third Annual Maureen DePalma Walk Against Breast Cancer raised over $14,000 for Breast Cancer Help and for the families of victims of World Trade Center disaster. More...

SC Legislature, 17th District Paul J. Tonna, R, I, C, RTL, Working Families

by Leonard Greco More...

 

People/Social

Heard It On The Grapevine

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The Babylon Travlers Club

Mrs. Robert F. Newton presented the first paper of the 2001-2002 Travelers Club year in their study of Nepal and Tibet entitled Geography from Top to Bottom. More...

ALA News

The monthly ward party was held on September 5. Members of the Post and Auxiliary met at the Post to make sandwiches. They then proceeded to the Northport VA Medical Center Building 200, 4th floor unit 4. More...

Events & Bulletin

Babylon Bulletin Board Babylon 24 South Carll Avenue 669-1624

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West Islip organizes to help WTC victims

West Islip Remembers, a not-for-profit corporation has been established to raise funds for and to remember the local victims of the September 11 tragedy. More...

DeerPark resident honored

Jonathan Atria of Deer Park was recently honored by the Town of Babylon after saving his family home. Atria More...













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